Digitalization is leading to the fourth industrial revolution, it’s the key to Indonesia’s industrial transformation. As the country embarks further on infrastructure development, it’s the critical strategy to addressing productivity and future proofing our investment.
Industry 4.0 as an opportunity for Indonesia to enter the top ten of biggest global economies by 2030 as it should lead to a boost in exports. The Making Indonesia 4.0 Roadmap which launched by the Government in April 2018 is central to this goal. It seeks to boost the industry’s competitiveness by incorporating major innovations such as Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Human-Machine Interface, Robot and Sensor technology, and 3D printing. The roadmap focuses on the capability upgrading of five manufacturing sectors: Food & Beverage, Automotive, Electronics, Chemicals, and Textile & Footwear.
How can Siemens help Indonesia spearheading this transition? Which technologies will shape the future? What skills are needed? What new business models will change the world as we know it?
The inaugural one-day forum of collaboration and discussion on Digitalization organized by Siemens Indonesia for regulators, business, universities and industry stakeholders to explore the trends and technology that will support Indonesia's digital transformation across the entire value chain of business and industries.
The event is brought to you in cooperation with the Institution of Engineers Indonesia (PII) and the German-Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EKONID) supported by our Media Partner Bisnis Indonesia.
Prakash Chandran, President Director and CEO, Siemens Indonesia
Ngakan Timur Antara, Head of Industrial Research and Development Agency (BPPI), Ministry of Industry
Ridwan Djamalludin, Deputy for infrastructure, Indonesia’s Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment
Keynote Presentation: "Unlock the Potential of Digitalization"
Cedrik Neike, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and CEO of Smart Infrastructure
Plenary Session 1: Technology trends that will shape Digital transformation
Digitization is an important driver of productivity. Indonesia is poised to benefit greatly from the digital revolution. To accelerate progress, the country's public and private sectors must focus investments in digital technologies & people to enhance infrastructure, increase penetration, and boost productivity.
Julieta Glasmacher, Head of Communications, Siemens Indonesia
Ani Bhalekar, Vice President & Associate Partner, McKinsey Asia
Lei Hong, Head of Siemens Digital Industries Indonesia
Dr. Thai Lai Pham, President & CEO of Siemens Ltd. Vietnam and CEO for Product & System Sales of Siemens Smart Infrastructure ASEAN
Markus Lorenzini, President & CEO of Siemens Ltd. Thailand (Cambodia, Laos & Myanmar) and Head of Siemens Gas & Power Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand (Cambodia, Laos & Myanmar)
Plenary Session 2: Digitalization in enabling industry transformation
Digital transformation is underway in across industry. However, there are some differences from one industry to the next. The culture, systems, processes, and event the capabilities of each industry all come into play when embarking upon digital transformation.
Danu Setyo Nugroho, Siemens, Head of Vertical Sales, Siemens Digital Industries Indonesia
Ir. Yunanda Raharjanto, ST.MT, Chief Section of Signaling, Directorate of Railway Infrastructure, Directorate General of Railways, Ministry of Transportation, RI
Bambang Praptono, Member of the Board of Governors Indonesian Electrical Power Society (MKI)
Ir. Tony Seno Hartono, M.I.Kom, CTO, Indonesian Hospital Association (PERSI)
Adhi S. Lukman, Chairman, Indonesian Food & Beverage Association (GAPMMI)
Akhmad Herry Kusuma, Director, CNC Disain Nusantara
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Alan Prasetyo Rantelino, ASEAN Digital Enterprise Apps Specialist, Digital Industry, Siemens Indonesia
Plenary Session 3: Workforce of the Future
Disruption of education and implication of workforce, concrete roles and collaborative actions by multi-stakeholders (e.g. government, association, company) to accelerate the build-up and transformation of human capital including role of Women in Indonesia to be Industry 4.0 ready.
Sylviawati, Head of Human Resources, Siemens Indonesia
Fahrurozi, Director of Productivity Development, Ministry of Manpower RI
Sony Sulaksono, Head of Center for R&D, Ministry of Industry RI
Heru Dewanto, President, Institution of Engineers Indonesia (PII)
Martin Hansen, Country Director, GIZ Indonesia
Jan Roennfeld, Managing Director, German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry & Commerce (EKONID)
Panel Discussion A: Embarking on Industry 4.0 transformation journey
Digitalization at practice in various sectors. How industry embark on their Industry 4.0 transformation through Digitalization and the critical role that cloud-based solutions will play in the success.
Wawan Maryanto, Head of Business Excellence, Bourjoho Indonesia
Fadli Hari Purnomo, Plant & Engineering Division Head, Astra Otoparts, WINTEQ Division
Yoki Andriawan Ramdan, Maintenance & Utility Manager, Clariant Indonesia
Wahyu Widodo, General Manager Corporate Engineering, Indolakto
Bagus Prihastono, Primary Secretary Specialist, SKK Migas
Danu Setyo Nugroho, Head of Vertical Sales, Digital Industries, Siemens Indonesia
Panel Discussion B: Digitalization is a key enabler of energy transition
Energy system is undergoing a big transition and digitalization is enabling it to integrate decentralized renewable energy sources or to complement the increasing variability in the system. Digitalization is essential to keep this increasingly decarbonized, decentralized energy system stable & affordable.
Chanakya Vaidya, Head of Sales - Industrial Power Generation, Gas and Power, Siemens Indonesia
Zakiyudin, Director of Machinery and Agricultural Machine Tool Industry, Ministry of Industry RI
Eddie Widiono, Chairman, Indonesian Smart Grid Initiative (PJCI)
Ferry Arief Sunandar, President Director, PT Sumberdaya Sewatama
Wichard von Harrach, President Director, Jawa Power
Gerald Quaas, Head of Digital Grid, Siemens Smart Infrastructure Indonesia
Vicknendran K. Younee, Vice President Head of Business Development Digitalization Asia, Siemens Gas and Power Malaysia
Panel Discussion C: Digital transformation in railways and ports
Efficiency, optimization, speed and timing have always been crucial in transportation and ports. Digital capabilities and information excellence are key to close existing gaps and transform for better customer engagement, new business models and the challenges facing the industry.
Hendra Tjioe, Asia Pacific Sales Manager, Siemens Mobility Singapore
Ir. Erni Basri M.Eng, Deputy Director for Infrastructure Railway, Ministry of Transportation
Yanto Yulianto, Head of Signaling, Tel & IT, PT MRT Jakarta
Ir. Linus A.M. Sijabat, Director of Operation 1, PT Len Industri
Christian Mehlhorn, Digital Services Asia - Sales & implementation Manager, Siemens Mobility Thailand
Panel Discussion D: Making sense of IT all, enabling high value healthcare through Digitalization
Increasing number of patients increases the number of data generated. Digitalization enables healthcare providers to collect, analyze, and manage patient data more efficiently and in automated manner for more throughput, better resource management, and transparency with big data.
Alfred Fahringer, Country Head, Siemens Healthineers Indonesia
dr. Ariani Kahirunnisa Nasution, MARS, Head of Medical Support Services, An-Nisa Hospital, Tangerang
Rudy Cahyadi, Assistant Vice President, IT Solution, Prodia Clinical Laboratory Indonesia
Patrick Lim, Director of Sales Strategy, Unstructured Data Solutions, DELL EMC Asia Pacific & Japan
Charles Lim, Head of Digital Health, Siemens Healthineers ASEAN